Early planning


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Early planning

  • Early planning

    •  September 1941 – Admiral Mountbatten
    •  "You are to prepare for the invasion of Europe … you must devise and design the appliances, the landing craft, and the technique …”


Jan 1943 - British General Frederick Morgan, designated Chief of Staff to the Supreme Allied Commander (COSSAC)

  • Jan 1943 - British General Frederick Morgan, designated Chief of Staff to the Supreme Allied Commander (COSSAC)

  • Began planning for European Invasion (May 1944)

    • Coordination, planning & partnership
    • Detailed planning (3 operations)
    • Planning under uncertainty & rank issues
  • Conceptual plans for Operation Overlord set in July/Aug 1943









"In a war such as this, when high command invariably involves a president, a prime minister, six chiefs of staff, and a horde of lesser 'planners,' there has got to be a lot of patience, no one person can be a Napoleon or a Caesar."

  • "In a war such as this, when high command invariably involves a president, a prime minister, six chiefs of staff, and a horde of lesser 'planners,' there has got to be a lot of patience, no one person can be a Napoleon or a Caesar."

  • -General Dwight D. Eisenhower, diary entry, February 23, 1942







Dec 1943 – GEN Eisenhower selected as Supreme Allied Commander in Europe and GEN Montgomery as ground forces commander

  • Dec 1943 – GEN Eisenhower selected as Supreme Allied Commander in Europe and GEN Montgomery as ground forces commander


















































































































































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